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matsalo
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Automatic lap split distances/times in activity form

Wed 26. Sep 2018, 12:59

Hi,


Is there a simple way to permanent store the value "Manual distances" or "Manual times" in the "analyze splits" tools for the actual activity?

One option I found is rounds in the activity form. In the form you can add lap splits by entering both distance and duration manually, and if I go into the tool "analyze splits" first I can get the calculated values I need and paste them into the form. But it's a bit messy, so I most likely want to do something the intention with rounds was not intended to.

Is it might possible in the form to calculate either distance or duration by just entering the other one of them and hit a magic button?

Easiest for me would be just to enter same values as "manual distances/manual times" in the tool "analyze splits", e.g. distance value "3,5" gives one 3km round, one 5km round and one rest of activity round all with automatic duration values calculated. Could a possibility be to add a save-button in the "analyze splits" tool, i.e. save the current shown split laps to the activity.
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laufhannes
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Joined: Mon 29. Jul 2013, 20:59

Re: Automatic lap split distances/times in activity form

Thu 27. Sep 2018, 08:31

The save button has been on our list for quite some time and was finally added yesterday. Thanks for your 'reminder' ;)
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matsalo
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Re: Automatic lap split distances/times in activity form

Thu 27. Sep 2018, 10:07

You are marvelous :)
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